Sebastian L. Gorka, Ph.D. serves as the Major General Matthew C. Horner Distinguished Chair of Military Theory at Marine Corps University where he provides courses and lectures on Irregular Warfare. Previously he was Associate Dean of Congressional Affairs and Relations to the Special Operations Community at National Defense University. With this background he is well versed in the ongoing struggle against Global Jihad. He believes a there is no total military solution, but rather that we must work with our allies on a combined approach. He believes that the current administration has failed completely in its efforts and has lost all credibility. 

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Jason Hartman has planned a trip to Jekyll Island, birth place of the Federal Reserve. It will be taking place the first weekend in May. I will be attending and it promises to be fun-filled and informative. We will tour the very rooms where the secretive banking cabal set the gears in motion to create the most powerful financial institution the world has ever known. 

We also discussed the Panamanian document breach and what it tells us about the most powerful people on the planet. Quite obviously there are two sets of rules, one for the masses and the other for the elites. That's the way the system was designed and why you need to find relief. 

Finally, they're coming for your IRA, if not now-then later. It's just a matter of when. They're just too attractive a target and a source of funding for a bankrupt government. So get ready now, so we don't have to tell you, "We told you so!"

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Doug Casey is bullish on the resource sector. He believes that it has hit bottom and will be going up from here. On the government and human front he's not so optimistic. The sociopaths who run things are more concerned about the well-being of government rather than the people. For this reason it grows like a cancer and eventually consumes all in its path. But Doug believes that as long as WWIII doesn't take place, humanity will ultimately find its way and move forward. However, there will be much suffering and unpleasantness as the Greater Depression rears its ugly head once again. 

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John writes, "Corporate profitability is one of the canaries in today’s financial coal mine. If companies are making more money each year they tend to hire more people, pay more taxes and generally make life easier for everyone else. But when earnings decline, everything from government budgeting to personal financial planning gets much harder. 

Viewed through this lens, 2015 was a 'coming to grips' year in which the financial markets vacillated over the meaning of falling corporate profits: Are they an aberration or the new normal?"

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David Morgan, author of The Silver Manifesto joined us today. We reviewed the the Northwest Territorial Mint Bankruptcy and its implications for the bullion market. It's always a good idea to split up your purchases and don't put all your eggs in one basket. Multiple dealers are a good idea. At least if you buy on eBay, they will stand behind their sellers and issue you a refund in the event of non-delivery. Now in the wake of NWT's bankruptcy, there's hundreds if not thousands of buyers left holding the bag.

Next we discussed the current state of the precious metals markets. David sees 2016 as a net positive and he believes the real upside action is reserved for 2017. Either, he believes that a bottom has probably been put in, but you never know.

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Andrew Zatlin takes a numbers based approach to the economy. He believes that employment has peaked and it's going down from here. This will stretch profits at many firms and lead to cost cutting and more layoffs, which further perpetuates the cycle. Stocks will probably head lower for the year and in 2017, watch out for the dividend payers, there might be substantial cuts in payouts. 

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It's always important to look back and review your past as well as looking ahead to where the future may take you. Jason does that regularly and looking back at 2015 he sees that he missed on oil and gold. Who could have expected oil to crash to decades low levels? As far as gold, it's always hard to catch a falling knife. But looking ahead at 2016, the trends in place will continue. The sheeple still don't get it, but some are waking up now. 

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A massive document breach from on of the world's shadiest law firms has already resulted in the resignation of Iceland's Prime Minister. Nothing worse than having those secret off-shore bank accounts becoming public. It will be interesting to see who's quitting next. The subterfuge and deceit has risen to the surface and perhaps the world will never again be the same. 

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Gary Poier has been helping people to plan and enjoy their retirements for many years. As Gary says, it's not just about material comfort, it's all about What's Next! When you stop working, you've got to repurpose your life. Retirement is a time of great opportunity, if you only recognize it as so and plan accordingly. 

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Antonin Scalia's recent passing was truly a loss to American Jurisprudence. The well-mannered high intellect attempted to do the impossible, restore the Supreme Court to where the rule of law reigns supreme. To some extent he was effective, however, the thought that the law determines the case, rather than the case determining the law, still has some ways to go. Kevin Ring, has updated his book on Scalia's Court: A Legacy of Landmark Opinions and Dissents. In this well done volume, we get a rare insight into a man who always put the law above all else. 


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Bruce Price writes, The first schools, the first great universities, were focused on knowledge: figuring out what it is, collecting and verifying it, and passing it on from teachers to students.

Our K-12 schools have drifted far away from this ideal.  Knowledge itself is disparaged.  The transmission of knowledge is sneered at.  These shifts are huge and destructive, and they are by design.

Consider what any real school looks like: judo schools, medical schools, language schools, flight schools, bartending schools, flower-arranging schools.  All possess a body of knowledge they strive to give to the next generation.

That's not what our public schools are focused on now.

It used to be well understood that the human race is divided into uneducated people (they don't know anything) and educated people (they know lots of information).  Creating educated people takes work, by the school and the student.  K-12 no longer believes in the importance of that work.

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March came in like lion and it went out like a lamb as the saying goes. Virtually every market, everywhere saw positive increases, the exceptions being Uranium and BitCoin. Stocks were up, especially resource and emerging market shares. Metals were up and so were energy prices. We are truly living in the best of all possible worlds!

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Two major leaked stories came out over the weekend, with another one right on their heels. First there was a telephone conversation transcript with to high level IMF officials discussing the right way to handle Greece and keep the EU together, mainly a credit event. Who would have thought such a thing possible? Then a major Panamanian law firm--Mossack-Fonseca--who's client roster looks like a who's who of billionaires, oligopolists and other ne'er do wells had 2.6 terabytes of data released to the public. The initial fallout implicates Vladimir Putin and the Prime Minister of Iceland as having hidden foreign bank accounts. Stay tuned, there's lots more to follow. Putin who knows where all the bodies are buried and will be buried is certainly going to retaliate as we enter the true Info Wars. 

Finally, there's a former lawyer who wants to release the late DC Madam's Black book. He claims that the information contained therein could change the course of the election. Is he right? John thinks we will find out very shortly.



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